WORLDS LARGEST SHIP

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+11 1. kouzoukiz commented 7 years ago

oh there is my container! :P
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+26 2. Voutelamberopipi commented 7 years ago

Just curious: what's the shooting water for?
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+9 3. Teqskater commented 7 years ago

I doesn't look that impressive in the first place. Until you look at the containers and realize that a container is pretty big.

#I also wonder where the water shooting is for. Is it like a bright orange flag on a small bicycle?
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-2 4. eymrich commented 7 years ago

let's guess what the water is used for.... i think it's to keep the ship propeller under the water! Like the added concrete blocks con truck that need to move very heavy stuff:D

Just a guess anyway i don't really know :D
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+21 5. ValdeLevis commented 7 years ago

#2 The shooting water is a salute.
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+5 6. Paul2765 commented 7 years ago

There are over 3600 containers on the deck alone!!!!!!!
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+1 7. closecut commented 7 years ago

#4 HAHA yes just add more water to the parts where its needed. Great logic
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+6 8. funkyging commented 7 years ago

#4 I think due to the ships flanking on either sides, they are used as a visual line where other ships cant enter to allow the monster reaction time in case of a potential collision
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+12 9. beerholder commented 7 years ago

#2,#3,#4,#5,#7,#8

Those are tugboats steering the ship into port. The shooting water is used to cool the engine's "fresh" cooling water by means of the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is basically a radiator with separate sets of piping in which sea water and fresh engine water circulate, thereby cooling the fresh water which cools the engine. The water shooting out of ports on the hull is attributed to the powerful sea water circulation pumps needed to cool the the large engines found on tugboats.
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+4 10. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

That is one big bitch of a ship!
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+7 11. MrG commented 7 years ago

It can take 18000 containers at once. Wow!!
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+4 12. Atmo commented 7 years ago

how can this huge motherf*cker float on water?? :O
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+9 13. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

Somewhere, deep inside one of all those containers, is my package from dealextreme...
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+4 14. donatelo commented 7 years ago

NAW , it's just a giant Rubik's cube
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+14 15. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#9 Nope,not so. Engine cooling is all done below the water line. The yellow and the red boats are fire-fighting boats that can also be used as tugs.They are just saluting the huge ship and putting on a show. The container ship is being kept in the channel by the smaller tugs with lines connected to the stern and prow. Many tugs are also equipped with water cannons to act as first-responders to a ship fire since they are always out and about.
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+10 16. nokster commented 7 years ago

#5 and #15 are right! I know it because I work at a harbor. ;)
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+3 17. mosfet23 commented 7 years ago

I want that horn for my car
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+2 18. Granko commented 7 years ago

#17: Check "hornblasters" on youtube&google ;)
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+1 19. captain_obvious commented 7 years ago

all it takes is an iceberg
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+1 21. Killerado commented 7 years ago

#2 They didn't find a champagne bottle that was big enough :D
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0 22. buckleg08 commented 3 years ago

Shippy McShippy....>:)